There is a vast amount of information available in the world today. Being able to determine which is relevant and useful, and which is just noise is something we have always been great at. That is how you landed here, with us, experts with the right information, on demand when you need it. We break that information down into two categories, technical (based on the stones, the materials and the build) and personal (advice in style, elegance and design).
Choosing a ring can be a difficult task.
To simplify the process, we suggest starting below and working your way in the direction that best suits you.
Remember, selecting the person is the hardest part.
- A person with a more simple or more streamlined taste may prefer an elegant solitaire with one fantastic diamond. Solitaires, of course, can be any shape or size!
- A person who prefers sparkle, a lot of sparkle,
may best be suited in an intricate pave setting with rows of diamonds.
- A vintage setting or even a vintage style setting with delicate engraving
might appeal to a person who has a penchant for the classics.
- Beautiful baguette side stones give a more contemporary feel
to a ring yet keep that classic timeless appeal.
- Gemstone or colored diamond settings are an excellent choice for a person
who loves color. Whether you choose the gemstone or colored diamond
as a centerpiece or accent stone is a choice that only you can make.
- A person who prefers ultra modern will likely appeal to Tension settings.
If you consider the person, the right style will become clear. Keep in mind that a wedding band will follow and may, or may not, match the engagement ring in terms of style and materials. The width of the ring is also something to consider, since it may have a band next to it (though some women prefer to wear a band on the other hand)!